|SourceCode Season 1: Episode 4 - Free Speech TV|
Jobs and the Economy: A multi-facted look at our economy and the complex social, economic, and political issus that shape it. From the plight of the average worker who faces multiple threats of outsourcing, job destabilization, labor rights erosion, and the vast effects of ( 9/11, corporate war profits, and Bush administration policies ). Interview with No Logo author Naomi Klein and a discussion with Kevin Danaher of Global Exchange.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; show; economy; jobs; 9/11; social justice
|SourceCode Season 2 - Episode 5: Rights/Exception - Free Speech TV|
Since 9/11 the bush administration has created a State of Exception, where the Constition and human rights are being suspended "in order to save them". Jim Hightower, Richard Grossman - activist and author, Rachel Meerapol from the Center for Constitional Rights talk about rights; meet John Graham who found himself on a terrorist list; the Ella Baker Center; Bernie Sanders.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; US Politics; racism; imperialism; oil; 9-11; Jim Hightower; Richard Grossman; Center for Constitutional Rights; Bernie Sanders; David Cole; The Nation; Patriot Act; Ella Baker Center; California Youth Authority; prison; prison system; prison industrial complex; Van Jones; Surveillance Camera Players; 1982